Oppo will be launching the Find X3 lineup next month, and we have already seen the design, thanks to the renders shared by Evan Blass last month. Well, today, Evan Blass shared the hands-on images of the phone and also details of the camera system. If you don’t know yet, there are three phones launching under this lineup that include the Oppo Find X3 Lite, Find X3 Neo and the Find X3 Pro.
As we can see, the hands-on images highlight the camera setup on the rear, and it won’t be wrong to say that this camera module design is very similar to that of the iPhone 12 Pro Max. One unique thing, however, is the fact that instead of the camera module protruding from the rear, the back panel around this camera module is raised. Evan Blass says that this design is internally referred to by Oppo as the “crater” design.
Speaking of the camera specs, Oppo Find X3 Pro has a primary 50 Megapixel shooter having the Sony IMX766 sensor. There is a telephoto camera with 2X Optical Zoom, which is weird since the Oppo Find X2 Pro had a periscope camera. The main highlight is the 3 Megapixel macro camera, which is different from the traditional macro cameras in the sense that you can zoom up to 25X on a subject, so it is like a microscope. This macro camera is surrounded by a flash ring. The fourth camera is another 50 Megapixel IMX766 sensor, which is used to take ultrawide photos.
IT would be interesting to see how the IMX766 sensor and that crazy macro sensor performs in real life. Anyways, as we know already, the Find X3 Pro has a 6.7-inch Quad-HD+ OLED with 10Hz-120Hz adaptive refresh rate, Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SOC, 65W Wired Charging,30W Wireless Charging, a dual-cell 4,500mAh battery, and runs on Android 11 out of the box with ColorOS 11 on top.